The Yin/Yang inlaid fretboard now has all it's frets and is permanently attached to Stu Fuchs's tenor. I like the look.
The peg head plate with the G on it is not yet installed nor shaped, I just laid it on top for visual effect, but the Yin/Yang is inlaid and in it's permanent place.
If that zero fret looks a little larger to you- you have a good eye. I use a little larger fret so that the string will leave it a hair higher. That avoids fret buzz on the first fret and makes for a better action. I am really pleased with the way the Yin/Yang fits. When finished, there will be a white bone nut, then a thin line of a dark wood before the spalted maple of the peg head plate. Gonna look good.